Hey folks! A new recipe AND video today!! I’m excited to bring another video to the table because I hadn’t made one in a few months. When I first got my video-capable camera (which is separate from the one I use for photos), I went off in a video-making blur. And to be quite honest, I’m still not super thrilled with their quality. I want to make better videos, I just don’t have a lot of experience or insight in this field. But still, I’m going to keep working at it to constantly be bringing you better content! And I hope you’ll enjoy the videos in the meantime ;)
If you’ve been following me on Instagram, you’ll have seen that recently I got a new camera lens. I’ll be honest with you guys, before buying this lens I had kind of given up on myself as a serious photographer. I just couldn’t get my photos to come out how I wanted them to; they were always blurry and out of focus. But now, with this new equipment, I can say with 100% certainty that the problem was my old lens. With this new set-up, I feel more creatively rejuvenated than I have in a LONG time. I think that the new lens represents something more to me symbolically, too – it means that I take myself seriously, and invest in the equipment I need to succeed. The right attitude goes a long way, too!
Onto the recipe! This vegan green goddess hummus is representative of the type of snack I make all the time at home – something quick, nutritious, but still totally tasty. I love hummus with pita or tortilla chips, and I’ve even been known to make a dinner out of it! This particular iteration of hummus is great too because it has lots of healthy greens in it. I hope you love it!!
Vegan Green Goddess Hummus
This healthy, vegan green goddess hummus is packed with zesty, fresh flavors. Perfect when served with pita chips, carrots, or bell peppers!
- 1 15 oz Can Chickpeas rinsed and dried
- 2 Tbs Chopped Red Onion
- 2 Cloves Garlic
- 2 Tbs Extra Virgin Olive Oil
- 2 Tbs Tahini
- 1 Tsp Salt
- Black Pepper to taste
- Juice from 1/2 a Lemon
- 1/3 Cup Parsley
- 1/3 Cup Cilantro
Add all ingredients to a food processor, and process on high until the desired consistency is reached.
Be sure to adjust any seasonings to your preference. I added in a little more lemon juice because I love tangy flavors!
Serve and enjoy!
I know a lot of people don't like cilantro, so feel free to sub it out with more parsley or a little bit of basil. It could also be subbed out with kale or spinach, if you like!
If you make this recipe and post it on Instagram, be sure to tag me @wellandfull and #wellandfull so I can see! I love seeing your takes on my recipes :)